There are some meetings that, by definition, require a more remote, serene environment.
Negotiations take on greater significance for planners as a strong seller’s market drives up costs across the board.
Planners take a down-to-earth approach to managing faith-based conferences and events.
Paul Astleford, president and CEO of Visit Jacksonville, is on a mission to convince meeting planners that his destination offers a unique set of benefits.
In January, Meetings Mean Business re-launched as a proactive campaign designed to ensure the long-term health of the meeting industry.
Mere mention of the words “Caribbean” or “Bahamas” conjures images of a relaxing, rejuvenating experience.
The selection of hotel partners has become a critical element in the meeting planning process.
Professional certifications such as the CMP are more important than ever — not just for career advancement, but also for career survival.
Incentive programs built around a major sporting event have a powerful appeal and generate exceptional results.
But has event technology really made planners’ lives easier?